Imagine What Is Written On Actress Genevieve Nnaji's T-shirt (Photos)
By Nony4glory | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6 views
Actress Genevieve Nnaji has shared her latest photo with something written on her cloth. She is one of the most popular actresses in Nigeria with so many awards and nominations. She started acting as a kid. At the age of 8 she played a role in the soap opera, Ripples.
Born in 1979, the Nollywood diva was honored with a national award of Member Of the Order of the Federal Republic. She has contributed so much to the nollywood as a movie industry and the entertainment industry in general.
The beautiful and talented actress shared her latest photo with something written on her cloth. The inscription read 'I'm a hungry artist'.
See photos below.
Genevieve looks so simple and tired in the photo and may be the reason for the writing on her cloth. She is still making waves in the movie industry and has played several major roles the ones she has produced.
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